Tales from the Crypt (1996)

Season 3 Episode 1

Loved to Death

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Aired Unknown Jun 15, 1991 on HBO
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A writer falls for his next door neighbor even though she won't give him the time of day. When his mysterious landlord gives him a potion to make her fall in love with him, she becomes a tad clingy.

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  • A twisted love story done hilariously.

    8.8
    A man (Andrew McCarthy) finally gets the woman of his dreams (Mariel Hemingway) interested in him, but there are consequences. He slips a love potion into her drink, that he got from an odd fellow in his apartment building, and she becomes obsessed with him. She won't leave him alone, so he is forced to do something that he never thought he could do. I won't spoil it for anyone who has yet to see it. Mariel Hemingway also briefly exposes her breasts in one scene. A funny, creepy episode from season three of Tales From the Crypt. Worth seeing!moreless

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  • TRIVIA (3)

  • QUOTES (2)

    • Edward: I thought these words would never cross these lips: Miranda, I'm f***ed out.
      Miranda: I'm not f***ed out!

    • [Opening wraparound segment.]
      The Crypt Keeper: Dying for a date? Aching for a little prick of passion? Well be careful what you wish for, or like the young man in tonight's terror tale, you may just get it! I call this nauseating number "Loved to Death".

      [Closing wraparound segment.]
      The Crypt Keeper: Good old Edward. He should have stuck to sending mash notes. Maybe then he wouldn't have ended up in a state of holy deadlock. [turns to skeleton girl] So, was it good for you too? Ooh, talk about head over heels. [laughs]

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • It's a Wonderful Life

      A 1946 film directed by Frank Capra and starring James Stewart and Donna Reed. Based on the short story, The Greatest Gift by Philip Van Doren Stern, it is about a man who saved from suicide by an angel. The film has since went on to become a Christmas classic with various airings on TV during the holiday season.

      Edward has a poster of the movie and when he looks at it, he sees Miranda in the Reed role.

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